Schitt's Creek star reveals exciting pregnancy news: 'So thrilled'

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Schitt's Creek star Sarah Levy has revealed she is expecting her first child with husband Graham Outerbridge.

The Canadian actress starred in the hit series as Twyla Sands, and is the daughter and sister of the show's co-creators, Eugene and Daniel Levy respectively.

Posting a photo holding her bump while wearing a summery linen shirt and shorts, Sarah wrote: "We’ll take all the salt & vinegar chips and the hottest hot sauce you have, thx!"

Her fans were so excited by the news, with some saying the child was lucky to have comedians Dan and Eugene as their uncle and grandpa.

Sarah Levy holds her baby bump.
Sarah Levy announced she was pregnant on Instagram. Source: Instagram/Sarah Levy

"So thrilled for you both, best news ever," one wrote.

"Eugene Levy as a grandpa though. Can you even cope?" another added.

"I'm so jealous the baby will have Dan Levy as an uncle more than anything," a third said.

"Congratulations, you're going to be the best mum," another fan commented.

Fellow Schitt's Creek star Annie Murphy, who played Alexis Rose in the show, also shared her excitement on Sarah's Instagram post.

"REMEMBER HOW YOU'RE PREGNANT?!" she wrote.

Jennifer Robertson, Sarah Levy, Catherine O'Hara, and Annie Murphy attend the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Sarah Levy (second from left) with co-stars Jennifer Robertson, Catherine O'Hara, and Annie Murphy. Source: Getty

Sarah was a series regular in Schitt's Creek, which took home nine Emmy Awards in 2020.

It is a comedy series that follows a wealthy family who are forced to move to a small town and live in a hotel after they lose everything.

Sarah appeared in 62 episodes across its six seasons, and was nominated for Best Supporting Actress, Comedy, in the 2020 Canadian Screen Awards.

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Ahead of filming the sixth season, Dan told PEOPLE the family was closer than ever, with Sarah, Eugene and Dan working together every day for seven years.

"I never get over the fact that I'm actually on set with my kids," Eugene added.

Sarah married actor and producer Graham Outerbridge in October.

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